Stoke City is the second Premier League side to sign with Warrior and they unveiled the official jerseys for the 2014/15 campaign earlier this week.
The Potters will be #ReadyToFire with a tested squad, manager that is settled, and a new jersey to take them to new heights.
The home jersey stays true to team heritage with the classic red-and-white stripes. The stripes are sublimated. A 4-way stretchable mesh is used for the sleeve cuff and the panel under the arm to help provide additional comfort and ventilation. The collar gets a distinct and modern look with a barbos style.
Warrior has paid attention to detail in putting the Stoke jersey together. ‘THE POTTERS’ is printed on the back of the neckline and the inside of the neckline with a red and white block pattern with Stoke City and the Warrior logo printed.
The away jerseys combines popular elements from the 1940’s and 1970’s. The 2-tone blue jersey features a polo style fold-down collar and the dark blue diagonal sash going from left to right down the front. The color combination does a great job of making the Stoke City, Warrior, and bet365 logos stand out.
“Stoke City are known the world over for their red and white stripes and the one of the most important things for the fans is staying true to the heritage of their club,” City manager Mark Hughes said on the club website. “Warrior have done just that with the home kit and bringing back the sash on the away shirt.”
bet365 returns as the main jersey sponsor.
What do you think of the new Stoke jerseys from Warrior? Which do you like better? Do you think Warrior will steal more teams away before the start of next season?
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